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] >> and tonight, under fierce cross examination by the prosecutor, the defense expert admitting he made mistakes in how he tested accused killer jodi arias for ptsd. but it's all because she lied on the test. >> what you're telling me is that the validity or the -- this test really is only as good as the person who is filling it out, right? >> that's true. >> so if they're lying, then the test is not very good. >> that's correct. >> and in this case, we do have a circumstance where you know the defendant's lying and she lied on the test, right? >> well, their answers reflect what we ultimately discovered. >> right, so she lied, right? >> yes. >> during that story change, one of the things that-- what the defendant told you was that this story about the strangers was fiction, correct? >> correct. >> and that in fact, she had been the one to actually kill mr. alexander. >> yes. >> and you didn't administer another pt test. >> and brian is live from phoenix with the latest. tell me this witness, many people thought did a reasonably good job under direct examination and the defense lawyer. what happ
as a subaru. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. >> self defense or pre-meditated murder? a arizona jury will have to decide her fate. a foreign sglik psychiatrist hired the defense will be taking the stand. that is all tonight. thanks for being with us. make sure you go to greta wire.com. make sure you know what's going on with us tonight jodi arias trial. good night from washington, d.c. >> this is a fox report. tonight evacuations underway here at the airport in the nation's heartland where a small corporate jet has gone down hitting a group of homes. six months after the killings of libya and three other americans there are new questions tonight about why we have not heard from the people who did escape from that ambush alive. >> survivors from that deadly night terrorist attacked our american diplomatic out post in libya. what do these people know and why don't our law americas have access to them? >> i think the entire way the administration has handled the benghazi affair has been abnormal. >> a closer look at how someone is pressuring them is keeping quiet. while the u.s. post of
. by the way, the far left kooks do want to cut one thing, defense spending. they want to bring that back down to 2006 level. somewhere in iran is cheering. there comes a point when americans are going to have to decide what country, what kind of country they want. even taking half of what affluent americans earn, feds couldn't possibly afford what the far left wants to provide. so we would eventually become greece or cyprus if the u.s. dollar collapses and people stop lending us money. some conservatives believe that's exactly what the far left wants. a collapse of the entire capitalistic system. some on the right believe that president obama is actively working toward that. certainly senator bernie sanders of vermont wants socialism in this country and so do most of his compatriots on the crazy caucus. yet, americans continue to elect them. that's the memo. now for the top story tonight. reaction. joining us from lower manhattan dr. marc lamont hill who teaches at columbia university. do you think the program the caucus is putting forth will ever happen in this country? >> no. i think that's
constitutional rights. the supreme court upheld the claim and in a re-trial with a defense lawyer, gideon walked free thanks to historic decision 50 years ago today. and now you know the news for this monday, march the 18th, 2013. i'm shepard smith. i will see you bright and early in the morning. 4:20 a.m. eastern time. 1:20 a.m. pacific for the inauguration of the pope. i mean,. >> bill: the o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> my father came from cuba. he had been in prison. he had been tortured in cuba and he came to texas with nothing, with $100 in his underwear didn't speak a word of english. >> senator ted cruz telling the world that america is still the land of opportunity. but that description may be in danger according to the senator. we'll have a special report. >> guys like huffington post, you guys [bleep] line up behind me people. let me tell you something, you guys all have blood on your hands. >> bill: adam carolla striking about people calling him a racist. that accusation grossly unfair. carolla will be here this evening. [bagpipes] >> happy saint patrick's day. >> happy saint pat
the defense of marriage act which is one of the cases it will be hearing this week which bans federal benefits for same sex couples legally married in their state. would you streak down that as federal interferences in a state matter? >> you know, i think it is a really complicated issue. i always said that the states have the right to decide. i do believe in traditional marriage. kentucky decided it and i don't think the federal government should tell us otherwise. there are states that have decided in the opposite fashion and i don't think the federal government should tell anybody or any state government how they should decide this. marriage has been a state issue you for hundreds and hundreds of years. doma is complicated because it does provide protection for the states from the federal government part of it federalizes the issue. there is a chance the court could strike down the federalization part of it. if they do i think the way to fix it is maybe to try to make all of the laws more neutral towards the issue. i don't want the government promoting something i don't believe in you but i
is an unconstitutional and absurd view that the government can limit our right to self-defense. so the federal government with guns in a state, will it need the assistance of state police to enforce those regulations? yes. that's where we are on that. >>steve: and the reason a number of states are trying to come up with this new gun legislation is because they see washington, d.c. and they're worried about a gun grab? >> correct. the states -- our home state of new jersey could not, for example, use the police to frustrate federal law enforcement but it could say to state and local place you will not cooperate. that will make federal stphoerplt of tighter -- make federal enforcement of tighter federal gun laws nearly impossible. >>steve: we'll find out what they do do because of course the federal government has bigger fish to fry. >> where did kilmeade go? >>steve: i don't know. straight ahead on this tuesday morning. did the kwao*eugt brothers get it -- did the wright brothers get it wrong? historians now saying the wright brothers weren't the first in flight. if you're a veteran in work, stick around.
ban on gay marriage, prop 8, which voters approved in and on wednesday, the defense of marriage act will be argued, saying that federal agencies will define marriage as being between one man and one woman and advocates are warningave major cultural shift if marriage equality becomes part of the law of the land. >> i wish it were just about the marriage altar. it is about much more. it's about altering all of society, with marriage goes what our children for taught, parents losing the right to define the morals for their children. it's about religious freedom. they are intertwined in our culture. it's about the right to conduct yours business as you see fit. >> support for same-sex marriage has groab, but it's favored by less than half, 49% of registered voters. one of the attorneys arguing for marriage equality this week says he thinks his side will win and it won't be close since he says, marriage is a civil right. >> we are not asking for a new constitutional right. the constitutional right to marry is well established. in fact, the supreme court has ruled you can't take away the
of defense. >> after the breach of protocol there was speculation that he was being forced out. >> he was promoted to sergeant after that. it's not a forced retirement. >> chris: whatever the reason the pup should be the new mascot by late august with as many as five public events a week. >> chesty is great way to represent the more than 200,000 sailors and semifinalians that make up our corps. he has very important job. we're happy to have him. >> chris: one of my favorite power players ever. the marine mascot generally says five years as chesty is five years which is 35 years in a dog's life. have a great week and we'll see you next fox news sunday. >> this is a fox report tonight. high stakes deal making playing out thousands of miles away in europe now with one country on the brink of financial failure. how it could affect anybody, anybody with money invested in the market. we know how tied our dollars are to europe. we've seen crisis over there turn into pain here at home. fox report, how the fate of a tiny island called cyprus could affect anyone whose money is invested in the
the case monica lind strawm criminal defense attorney who has been in the courtroom. why do you think this case has now broken out and so many people are at ing attention to it? >> well, first of all, it's a death penalty case. and in arizona, if she is convicted, she would be only the fourth woman on death row here in arizona. but i think it has gained so much attention because it has all the craziness of a horror movie. we have got young people who had a sexual relationship. we have religion involved. and we have got just a pretty defendant with just a heinous, brutal killing. so all those put together, that's why everybody is paying attention to this. >> bill: what's the religion component. >> they are both hormone. travis alexander, the victim had grown up mormon. he has been a mormon his whole life jodi arias, the defendant, converted to mormonism just prior to dating travis alexander. we have a very large mormon community here in arizona. so that has gained a lot of attention. but i think just the fact that a religion is involved and it's so involved here, that's really importan
that the defense psychologist richard samuels has just completed what i think is one of the longest expert testimonies on record. he basically suggests that jody diarias, the reason she can remember every detail of every sexual encounter she ever ha h. with the deceased travis al >> alisyn: election an der but cannot remember the moment she stabbed him 27 times or slit his throat or shot him in the head is because jody diarias suffers from ptsd. post-traumatic stress disorder much like the veterans coming home from the iraq war or afghanistan and she has partial, as a result, partial amnesia. as you you can imagine the prosecutor in the case juan martinez, who is extremely provocative and impassioned wasn't having any of samuel's remarks. he suggested that samuels had fallen kind of in love with jody diarias in all their 30 hours of interviews and as a result not being objective. samuels was also questioned by the jurors. arizona has this weird law where jurors can also ask questions. they peppered him also with 100 questions. also extremely skeptical i have a theory, bill. i think that sa
. tracy: we have a former nfl quarterback in the rare position of playing defense. group bledsoe fighting for the right to send alcohol to his friends. he will explain that coming up. ashley: first, time for stocks now. let's head back to the floor of the new york stock exchange. down 100 points now. nicole: very interesting to watch what is going on on wall street. the idea that cyprus is on its way to a bailout and a plan with the euro zone only to see the market turned around and turned into the red. we are down about 110 points on the dow jones industrials. bank stocks turned into the red and worried about contagion in europe, you have a very strong dollar today. worries that other countries may follow with this bank restructure. let's take a look at another story. increasing the focus on nondegree courses. you can see the stock is up about 9%. it did blow past the analyst estimates. i solve that corinthians had an up arrow. devry was actually actually pulling back some. ashley: lots to talk about. thank you so much, nicole. tracy: cyprus reaching a last minute deal. a lot of people n
the republicans, scrambling to do away with cuts to defense, i will not accept that reid said, my people in the state of nevada and the country have had enough to whacking the programs we've cut to the bear bones. not only has he offended the united states marine corps and families who lost their loved ones,'s also a hypocrite when you think about what he said just may of last year. so, i don't see this as a clumsy statement, i see this as a deliberate thing that he has said. much the same as when he accused mitt romney of certain things from the senate floor. harry reid has to be called responsible for the statement that he made, and as i've said, he needs to go over to the marine barracks before a formation of marines, standing with the commandant and give an apology and not just have some spokes people from his office do it, cowardly. >> i will say that, you know, that it's with his statement that was issued by his office, if it's-- i find it difficult to say to think it was sort after clumsy statement that he made on the senate floor, other than maybe if his staff was just serving, i
, that is a u.s.-funded missile defense system that was very successful during the gaza war, something the israelis want to show off and they feel shows u.s.-israeli military cooperation and shows the united states a little bit of what it gets for its $3 billion in aid here to israel. the president obviously is meeting with leaders while he's here. he's also speaking directly to the israeli people who do not have a great approval rating for him. a recent poll in israel showed only 10% of israelis said they liked president obama. about another 30% said they didn't necessarily like him but they at least respected him. in this speech he is going to give to about 1,000 college students is designed to speak directly to the israeli population to see if he can't convince the israeli population that he's right that america has their back, and perhaps that can get more movement out of prime minister netanyahu if president obama is able to rally support from the israeli people themselves. >>brian: here's the unscripted part. the story yesterday about syria possibly using poisonous gas, poisonous
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only traveled, bill, 24 inches. even the defense experts had to agree with me that the blood only traveled about 2 feet from her mouth. it's all over the left side of his jacket. what does that tell you? he was standing within 2 feet at the time the gun was fired. associated with that would be the -- leading edge of his jacket is a bloodstain. the only way his bloodstain could have got therein is if this sleeve was outstretched 2 feet with lawn in clarkz. helen murren played the defense attorney and she was raising those questions which weren't answered in the film. one thing was answered in the film. spector himself says the woman put the gun in her mouth in anker rot it particular way. kind of teasing spector when he yelled at her she shot herself. that's what spector. >> i lived with this case day and night for four years. lead prosecutor on the case. i knew every bit of evidence, the defense evidence as well as the prosecution evidence. when i saw that in the movie, i just about dropped my teeth. that was the first time i had ever heard that it was completely made up. 100% fic
boong gay marriage, prop 8 will be argued. then wednesday, justices will hear about the defense of marriage act, 1996 law saying federal agencies must define marriage between one man and one woman. supporters of traditional marriage are already warning about cultural changes that could accompany laws that permit same-sex marriage. >> it's about altering all of society. with marriage goes what our children are taught, parents losing the right to define the morals for our children. it's about religious freedom. two are intertwined and conduct your business as you see fit. >> reporter: support for legal same-sex marriage has grown but the latest poll shows less than half 49% of registered voters now favor it. still one attorney arguing for marriage equality that week is predicting a win for his side. >> the constitutional right to marry is well established. in fact the supreme court has ruled that you can't take away the right to marry even from imprisoned felons. you can't take it away from those people because it's so important, such a fundamental right of liberty. >> reporter: w
demands your wealth is spread around? the defense against the toxic ideology isn't only reason but almost with a rifle. so it will never happen here. you have the good sense of the founding fathers to thank for it. what is the odds of this happening? how are they taking to the street and waving -- >> they will. this vote is happening tonight or tomorrow. cypriats will probably go and do what they are all doing. russia has offered maybe to help them out. international banks. the reason that cri produce is doing this because they are out of money. they can't print currency. we can print our own money. i can't happen here. like california saying screw you, we'll do the california currency, but you can't because the fed insure the deposits can't happen here but i like the analogy of government taking your stuff. just like if they came to take your house. better shoot them. >> kimberly: and your food. >> greg: especially your food. russia is going to bail them out in exchange for gas exploration rights? >> dana: unbelievable. this is the thing that the europeans need to figure out. the e.u., e
you you could have an automatic do over like when you rip up your lottery ticket. i said the defense secretary was leon panetta. the new secretary of defense is hagel and i know that. i apologize for the mistake. >>> so many people were left in the dakota for days and weeks after superstorm sandy. some without power for a long, long time. new jersey's power company has a plan to upgrade its electric grid over the next decade. the idea to make sure the next time a storm slams the east coast and particularly new jersey, they will be prepared. the cost is falling on customers. doug is here. $4 billion. a huge price tag. so what do customers get? >> reporter: a huge cost and obviously sandy was a huge storm but $4 billion. the idea is that you get fewer power outages and if your power does go out it shouldn't take as long to restore this. that is the idea he, anyway. new jersey pse and g like any other power company in the the path of superstorm sandy is looking at ways to not just repair but rebuild the is systems to be mor resistant to high winds and flooding. >> we look at superstorm
israel insists at end of the day it have defensible borders because we are not going back to the '67 lines which were armistice lines and not international recognized boundaries. we have to protect ourselves. >> mike: there was one point when the president said something that made my head turn almost completely around and i'm anxious to get your reaction to it, dore. he said something about the palestinians needing to be able to move around without having a foreign army directing your movement. do you think that many israelis bristolled at the notion they are considered a foreign army in land that is historically, biblically and even militarily over the last 50-60 years theirs? >> not everything is in accord between the u.s. and israeli view and we know that. in the previous speech in cairo the president gave the audience there the impression that israel was a phenomenon that was created after the holocaust, after world war ii but said nothing about our earlier roots in the land and as you know, governor huckabee, you go to the city of david and you can find royal seals of the kingdo
ortho home defense, a special buy at just $6.88. all your imptant legal matters in just minutes. protect youramily... and launch your dreams. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. >>brian: new york state under fire for quietly opening an illegal gun hot line. it pays people 500 box to report illegal weapons. the news comes as new york gets one of the nation's most stringent gun control measures in the country. a stunning revelation from the government. the secret service nearly shot iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad back in 2006. the agent accidentally discharged his shotgun as ahmadinejad was loading his motorcade. he apparently just turned his head, got in his car and then left. that would have been a nice international incident. >>anna: 24 minutes after the hour. many younger americans consider energy drinks a must-have for their busy lifestyles but those drinks might not be the best idea. we learned this past week at least one manufacturer no longer has to report the health risks associated with its product. fox news medical contributor dr. marc siegel is here to give us
spring. more saving. more doing. that's the power of the home depot. get ortho home defense, a special buy at just $6.88. >> when police descend on a family home and threaten to takes the kids away, the reason, because of this facebook picture because after ten-year-old boy holding a hunting license holding a new hunting rifle. gun owners are up in arms over this home invasion. >> jesse: regis giles is the website of girls just want to have guns, a sending in pictures in a message of solidarity and support for the family. regis, let he me ask you this, do you think this is a case of good people being punished for the actions of bad people? there's sandy hook hysteria and a woman in new jersey saw this facebook photo unfamiliar with the gun culture and the family ends up being trained in firearms safety ends up having their home being raided? >> yeah, absolutely. this -- i mean, this child, i believe his name is josh, he was holding a firearm completely responsibly, not pointing the barrel the of the gun at anyone, at his little brother or in his safe, it was in a safe direction and th
're becoming more pro-cyclical, if you will, as opposed to defensive. because valuations, again, we think offer a tremendous amount of support. and if we see any kind of uptick in activity, let alone confidence restored in the current level of activity, that should be good for things like materials as well as industrial sector. in addition, energy continues to look attractive. so, again, a very pro-cyclical stance, but one we think is very appealing from a value situation standpoint. >> okay. and in terms of sectors leading growth, same question to you both. what do you think? >> we're going to add on to that list. things like the regional financials the that have exposure to the reshoring of manufacturing and the energy sector. i think energy drives a lot of interesting peripheral activity. strengthen the rails and other transports, we think will also be beneficiaries here, as well as infrastructure play as well as mlps. >> do you agree with that? >> i like health care, but i also like consumer, and even though the consumer doesn't have as much confidence as they had before, i think in terms o
time. however in his defense he he never ever associated the two of those together. >> bill: wait, we just heard him do that. he said the sequester and this is terrible and we don't have enough money to train our people. exactly what he said. >> the pentagon came out and defended him and said did he not link the two of of those together. >> bill: we just heard him say it. >> you heard it wrong. >> bill: i heard it wrong. >> you did. because he did not say the sequester was the reason these things happened to these marines. >> bill: he said it's because we don't have the funds to properly train the military. >> you know for somebody who is as well prepared as you usually are you are not on this one. >> bill: just stop it i'm going to it read very slowly so you get it don't interrupt because i want the folks to read it the sequester should go away. reid pointing to the sequester. we have cut already huge amounts of money in deficit reduction. it's just not appropriate. all right. mr. president, that our military can't train and do the maintenance necessary, tieing it directly into the s
for the bizarre today. at one point the prosecutor asked the defense psychologist if he he had feelings for the defendant. the woman on trial for stabbing her ex-boyfriend 27 times shooting him and soliciting his throat. feelings for her? that psychologist had testified that based on his findings jody dia.o. -- arias tried to avoid thoughts and feelings and said that was one of the reasons why he diagnosed her with prost traumatic stress disorder. the prosecutor pointed out that the defendant had agreed to not one but two television interviews which aired on 48 hours. wait until you hear how that argument unfolded. >> isn't it true that she discussed feelings, conversations associated with the trauma in the 48 hours interview? >> yes. >> so, again, that speaks against what the number one, doesn't it? >> i'm sorry, i don't see it that way. >> right. you wouldn't see it that way because you have feelings for the defendant, right? >> i beg your pardon, sir. >> shepard: today mark the psychologist's sixth day on the witness stand. he testified that ptsd may explain why jody diarias may not
value they are creating. there on the defensive, they cannot articulate why business is good and how to mix business a better place. john: what you do have a whole foods some people called it feel good nonsense what does it have to do was conscious capitalism? you so people on a whole foods which it is better than i doubt. >> nobody is forced to trade there are other competitive alternatives. but they do so because they think they give value in exchange. john: students? you have questions or comments? please come to the microphone. >> i am from southern california. why can't we defend profit or look at the profit motives and defend that from the ethical standpoint? do we have to pursue purpose or doesn't profit have the place in society? >> of course. but we should not defend only profit we should defend the other aspects with the great value creation not just for the investors but for customers, employees, a supplier network, the larger communities. john: could you convince your fellow students? people think he made a profit i must have lost something. >> once you talk to them how b
republicans aren't about defense at all cost. president obama holding private dipper at the white house to remind israeli he still cares. both easing suspension. that's why you have to get them in the same room before you get them on the same page. little things lead to big things. sometimes just seeing a new president like gerald ford making his own breakfast is all you need at the white house. to show scandal weary americans there is change at the white house. such images don't always last but never let it be said in the moment they don't count. that is not to say that waving to the crowd mys more crowd but it says there is a new noppope intown. they they you never get a second chance to make a first impression. but i'm impressed with those following up to take chances to make a lasting impression. >> kimberly: >> hello. i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino and greg gutfeld. it's happy hour in panama city, florida. this is "the five"! ♪ ♪ >> eric: a special week out of "the five." if you're sick of the blathe blathering on capitol hill and white house,
and it was about oil and enriching the defense industry and how unlike every other policy makers in world you didn't fall for it. i guess it's better to dither on the throne where things were different. i'll take the victory in iraq over humiliation in benghazi any day. nearly everyone thought there were wmds, a notion saddam let lie. how different was the suspicion from the current concerns in iran? for the iraqi people, the wmd was hussein, himself. why we left him there in '91, who the hell knows? i just heard someone say the war was a blot on our combat history. hell no. the surge showed when you decide to win, you win. i don't need an american hating media to clang their naval gazing bell. especially when things turned out better. this anniversary is for the troops and those who benefited from their bravery. honor those lost. for those alive, shake their hand and tell them great job, because it was. do you think the world is better off without saddam hussein? >> andrea: i do. i think he was a mad man that needed to be taken out because the evidence we had at the time showed he was a threat. t
could have walked to the bus stop. defense attorney counters that the abortions were legal, there is no physical evidence the babies cried or moved after they were out of the mother. as other witnesses alleged. and that they all died in the womb after a drug was injected to cause an abortion. some call the case horrifying and say it should push lawmakers to look again at late-term abortion laws. >> why is it okay that these babies can have the lives ended if only when it takes place in the womb? >> the national abortion federation counters that, "this particular facility in philadelphia is an outlier and not typical of the high-quality abortion care provided by the majority of abortion providers in this country." a constitutional lawyer who advocated against pearial birth abortion says no matter what state law says about abortions, doctors cannot kill a born alive. >> under federal law under the born alive infant protection act, that child is a person and entitled to all protections of federal law. >> a couple of states are putting more restrictions on early and late-term a
the relations in this case. we should say everyone is innocent until proven guilty. we haven't heard the defense case yet. the prosecution laid on strong evidence including eyewitnesses, physical evidence, alas of the dead babies themselves. and i must say it's doubly shocking to read how this case was discovered in the first place. i have a apparently the f.b.i. raided the office because he was sus suspected of running a narcotics operation out of this office as well. they found $250,000 in cash in his apartment. it's a very sickening case. >> shannon: well, dash -- >> a very creepy case and creepy human being if the charges are true. i don't think we made clear here what would happen here is the aborted babies were born semily alive and then they stabbed them to kill them. to me it's a broader -- there is a broader story here. that is about mid-and late term abortions. these are not fetuss. faceless fetuss. these are babies. this doctor even joked one of them could walk to a bus stop allegedly. he was preying op a vulnerable population that felt like they didn't have options go. it back and i
depending on which report you read fleeing there. one of rebels seized one of the major defense bases which is near the jordanian border. how do you think it will affect his relationship with king abdullah? >> in this regard, they don't want a lot of blood on this. president obama understands that the syrian situation could get a lot worse. all of various groups fighting assad of syria. they want assad to go. they also potentially bring that violence across the border from syria into lebanon and most particularly into jordan. i think obama was trying to have a better relationship with king abdullah of jordan. unlike other parts of arab spring where they are willing to let kings fall but with abdullah he has to support him and give him the kind of assistance he needs especially to deal with the refugees. problem with refugees they rarely come alone. there will be fighters that want to bring the fight to jordan. >> arthel: that makes it so complicated. i was in istanbul, turkey and i was talking to a guy from syria. he was saying that want president obama to arm the rebels, opposition forces.
. >> dana: you know it would be push's fault. can i defend the department of defense or one issue. part of the request is to help our troops down there having to make sure the people have all they need and care they need. if they need help on that end, i can see putting money in the failsy -- facility. i don't think i'd do much to make them comfortable. >> andrea: there are good things on here. one takes the interrogation. that helps the intelligence officials. >> dana: a lot of guys are past their info sell-by date. they don't have active intelligence now. >> bob: juror yacht rick side of it -- geriatric side of it. i myself use geriatric stuff. >> dana: did you see what happened on "justified"? this is a fascinating topic. thank you so much. freddie well on the. >> dana: you don't want to miss the next one. sex week at a public university is taken off the tab for the taxpayers. if you thought your money wasn't squandered wait until you hear what is on the schedule. greg has the te tails next. ♪ ♪ ♪ the kyocera torque lets you hear and be heard, even in stupid loud places. to pro
hell lin miron playing linda baden. she is married to dr. michael baden who testified for the defense in the first trial. edward losi on your right. a well known publicist in town who knew the victim well and he is fighting mad about the entire hbo project. first edward, become both of you gentlemen. edward, why are you angry with the movie which purports to be fact-based? >> geraldo, first off, lana clarkson was not phil specter's girlfriend. she didn't even know him three hours before he murdered her. so for the correction. >> geraldo: wait, that was their first date? >> yeah. >> geraldo: that was their first date? i did not know that. >> so this hbo film it murders the truth like phil specter murdered lana. it as scam on the american public. this is a shameful situation. shame on david for writing this. shame on barry levinson for making a quick buck on it and shame most of all on the hbo executives who greenlighted this. it has nothing to do with the truth. but it also brings an insult to our dear friend lana clarkson and that is why i'm here. the friends are lana clarkson made up
depot. get ortho home defense, a special buy at just $6.88. has an equally thrilling, lesser-known counterpart. conquer them with the exhilarating is 250. get great values on your favorite lexus models during the cmand performance sales event. th is the pursuit of perfection. >> jessie: airline profit gain altitude with net profit of nearly $11 billion. that's up 40% from last year. >> so why isn't the boost in business good news for fliers? mark murphy is the travel expert and ceo of travel alliance media. nice to see you. >> thanks, ali. >> their profits rupp. billions of dollars up 40%. why aren't they passing that along to passengers. >> they lost $10 billion in the downturn. so it's very difficult to profit margins for airlines are 2.6% right now which which is about half the profit margin it was a few years ago. they are getting squeezed. they are squeezing us a little bit when they get the opportunity to do that. >> now, we like guys making profits. we want them to be successful. but the point is if they're hosting the fliers. we don't want that. >> i don't know about
? >> well, i think he wants to make it very clear he's going to make steps about israel's self-defense especially with respect to the iranian nuclear program. he's not going to ask for permission from the united states first. i think the two countries remain very far apart how they judge what iran is up to. i believe that the president believes that diplomacy can succeed and i think he's so desperate for a diplomatic outcome he's made proposals that would legitimize the iranian program, which is the worst of all. and publicly beneficial for both sides, nobody should think this really represents a solution of the fundamental disagreements about how to approach security issues in the middle east. >> ambassador, thank you, sir. >> thank you. >> greta: and today, president obama saying the u.s. is investigating whether chemical weapons have been used in syria. we asked senator lindsey graham whether the u.s. should do anything else in syria. >> in syria, you think it's time? >> the day after assad leaves, the biggest fear is where do the chemical weapons go? remember what happened in libya
. and we heard on behalf of the defense secretary chuck hagel. he was saddened by the event. he said his heart and prayers are with them and their families. he went on to say he believes the legendary strength of the united states marine corps. and i believe he speaks on behalf of all of us, shep? >> shepard: elizabeth plan live tonight near quantico. president obama says he is worried now about syria becoming a refuge for extremist. the president spoke during a news conference king abdullah. hundreds of thousands of refugees have poured in trying to escape the country's bloody civil war. president obama is warning even after bashar assad eventually leaves there is a risk extremists will take over. >> they thrive in failed states. they thrive in power vacuums. they don't have much to offer when it comes to actually building things but they are very good about exploiting situations that, you know, are no longer functioning. >> shepard: and no matter how this unfolds, the president says the outcome in syria is not going to be ideal our chief white house correspondent traveling with live in
as well now. >> right now the department of defense has a study going on for women in the combat. they're looking at over 237 different job opportunities for women to possibly serve in. women have been serving in combat for decades. now, the thing that is important to remember here is standards. we need to insure that our women meet the same standards. not a female standard, not a male standard, but the standard. and if they are able to meet and exceed those, then they ought to have the opportunity to serve in those role. it's important we're thouedcal -- methodical, that we look at the long-term effects on our women. >> steve: so after the study, they'll do the analysis and they'll decide then whether or not women should be on the front lines? >> yes. >> steve: all right. you're okay with that? >> i am okay with that. >> steve: all right. >> as long as we do due diligence and do this right and study it and insure that the women are able to perform those duties. >> steve: thank you very much for your service. thanks very much for joining us today. >> thank you. >> steve: good luck in a
arriving in israel. >>> starting today the defense department will be handing out furlough notices, a move that it blames on sequester cuts. employees have seven days to appeal. >>> don't forget march madness starts today. there are 16 total games. of course carolina will win it all. >> of course, heather. maybe now. it is two minutes before the to which the hour. let's take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly. first the good. he was a villain in the ring but former w.w.e. superstar christmas terse is a bona fide hero. he rescued his mother from her burning home. he tore a tree out of the ground and then he tossed it through the window in order to rescue her. >> next the bad. nearly 100 sharks are spotted off the coast of a popular beach in australia. the sharks were spotted feeding on a group of fish and it caused the beach to shut down for a few hours. fortunately no one was hurt. finally the ugly, octomom is under investigation for welfare fraud. if it's true, she could end up going to prison. tmz is reporting someone filed a complaint saying she's getting food stamps even though
telling them what self-defense firearms to own and he can't buy america. >>steve: mr. la pierre says criminals aren't going to be checked, aren't going to do this. what he says against the mayor and all other mayors against illegal guns with this campaign, it's not going to work because the bad guys with the guns aren't following the law. >>brian: he says the money should be poured into school security so they won't have soft targets. with adam lanza, they said he taught about this attack for two years and picked that school because he knew it was an easy target. >>steve: in addition to the $12 million worth of bloomberg's money, on wednesday they will have 100 events across the united states. it will be national day to encourage action. >> there is one lucky truck driver who at 10:00 a.m. eastern time will be cashing in on his winning powerball ticket. it is sold in new jersey. they are going to be revealed today. look what is going to happen when he takes his check in borden town. >>steve: altogether the powerball ticket is worth $338 million. but when you figure out your tax bite,
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